Willem Pekelder, “After the flood there is always a new beginning,” Trouw Dinsdag, May 10, 2022


  • Exposite: Na de zondvloed volgt altijd een nieym begin, TROUW DINSDAG, Marten Boersema, “Na Ons de zondvloed?,” Nederlands Dagblad, August 7
  • Masami Momiyama, “The common ground among different people,” Kanagawa Shinbun, August 2
  • Jean L Cohen, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Sculpture Magazine June-July issue
  • Mark Jenkins, “Linking primeval fables with modern ecological crises, ” Washington Post, May 30
  • Mark Jenkins, Delicate works of harmony and balance emulate worthy goals for Humanity,” Washington, Post, November 28


  • Marten Boersema, “Na Ons de zondvloed?,” Nederlands Dagblad, August 7
  • Akihiko Tozaki, “Comment on Beauty,” December 2, Sankei News paper
  • Peter Plagens, “Minimalist Heaven, Electrified Romanticism and Handsome ovals,” The Wall Street Journal, March 14


  • Patricia J. Graham, “Japanese Design, Art, Aesthetics & Culture,” Tuttle Publishing Co. Pg. 63
  • Dean Nimmer, “Creating Abstract Art”, Pg. 136
  • Mark Jenkins, “Galleries: ‘Kaleidoscope,’ ‘Aviary Wonders,’  ‘Interconnected,’ ‘Are You Gonna Eat That?’,” Washington Post, June 6
  • Louis Jacobson, “Best of DC, Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Mixed Media Clouds at Adamson Gallery,” City Paper, April 24
  • Michael O’Sullivan, “K@20 commemorates the Kreeger Museum’s 20th anniversary with works from local contemporary artists,” Washington Post, March 14
  • Cover for “ISSUES” Social Science and Environmental Policy, National Academy of Sciences Features “Nature’s Toolbox,”detail of Yuriko Yamaguchi’s mixed media “Energy,” June


  • Robert Morgan, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Howard Scott Gallery,” Asian Art News, Vol. 21 #6, November/December
  • Janet Koplos, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Howard Scott,” Art in America, November
  • Rob Jordan, “Fragile Connection,” Sculpture Magazine, Pg 50-55, May


  • Chloe Popescu, “A hidden MASTER,” September 11
  • Michael Laris, “Artist Untangles Roots of Creativity,” Washington Post, May 30
  • Aneta Georgievska-Shine, “Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Art US Issue 21


  • Blake Gopnik, “She Just Felt It in Her Bones,” Washington Post, October 14
  • Michael O’Sullivan, “The Quiet Pull of the ‘Bader Fund’ Show,” Washington Post, January 12


  • Dan R. Gooddard, “Floating’ Worlds Occupy Gallery Space,” San Antonio Express News, November
  • Nord Wennesrstom, “Critics’ Picks: Washington, DC/ Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Art Forum, November
  • Jessica Dawson, “Come on In, The Installation’s Fine,” Washington Post, November 19
  • Susan Bear, “Painting the town: Washington artists create important works, but often they are better known elsewhere than here at home. Here’s a look at five of the city’s most renowned.” Washingtonian, October
  • Jack Fischer, “Natural Acts,” San Jose Mercury, July 3
  • Yoko Morihiro, “People: Sculptor Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Hokubeimainichi, July 2
  • “Works by Nikkei Artists at Palo Alto Art Center,” Hokubeimainichi, June 17


  • “My Favorite Things: From Shape to Shape, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Metamorphosis #95, 98, 99, 97, 101,” Geiyutsu Shinchou
  • “Kanji Wakae, Yuriko Yamaguchi: Two Veterans Who Reflect on Our Cultures,” Yomiuri Shinbun
  • Haruo Mita, “Today’s Artists IX Kanji Wakae, Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Mainichi Shinbun, September 6
  • Kousei Katsura, “Expressing Life Cycle,” Kanagawa Shinbun, September 2
  • Fujio Yagyuu, “Art Critique of Kanagawa,” Bunka, September 3


  • Paula Owen, “Quotidian Practice, Inordinate Content,” Art Lies 40, Fall
  • Sarah Tanguy, “Washington, DC Yuriko Yamaguchi, Numark Gallery,” Sculpture, December
  • Joe Shannon, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Numark,” Art in America, September
  • Jessica Dawson, “Yamaguchi’s Tangled ‘Web’, Ensnaring the Imagination,” The Washington Post, May 29
  • Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Yamaguchi’s ‘Web’, Numark installation evokes life’s changes,” The Washington Times, May 24


  • “Artist Yuriko Yamaguchi’s show to open at Sheehan Gallery,” Marquee, August 28-September 4
  • Galleries, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles Times, May 30
  • Kazuko Nakane, “Installation by Yuriko Yamaguchi,” International Examiner
  • Sheila Farr, “Yuriko Yamaguchi spins a web of poetic sculptures,” Seattle Times, February 15


  • R. B. Strauss, “July brings no slowdown at DCCA,” Art Matters, July
  • Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Sunday News Journal, June 24
  • “Delaware art center offers variety of exhibits,” Greenvillage Community News, July 17
  • Gary Mullinax, “Begin picture-perfect exhibitions tour at DCCA,” Sunday News Journal, July 15


  • Deborah McLeod, “Memorable Achievements,” Style Weekly, December 26
  • Jiso Komuro, “Yuriko Yamaguchi,” JIS Newsletter
  • “Yuriko Yamaguchi: Georgia on My Mind,” Atlanta, GA Sculpture, November
  • Jenny Ramirez, “Visual Poetry,” Style Weekly, October 10
  • Roy Proctor, “Some smile-producing thought provocative pieces,” Richmond Times, October 8
  • Shoichi Inoue, Art Exhibitions Commentary, Summer
  • Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Divergent Artistic Views Emerge as Group at Numark,” The Washington Times, July 15
  • Sarah Tanguy, “Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Numark Gallery, Sculpture, May
  • Shoji Inoue, “Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Exhibition,” Chunichi Shinbun, April 24
  • Listed in Who’s Who American and in Women Who’s Who American


  • Ferdinand Protzman, “The Form of a Question: Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Enigma Variations,” The Washington Post, September 16
  • Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Metamorphosis, Changing as Cycles of Life Progress,” The Washington Times, September 18
  • Scarlet Cheng, “Yuriko Yamaguchi: Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles,” Art News, July


  • Carol L. Struve, “Metamorphosis/Fragments,” Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts Catalogue
  • Katsumoto Ishizaki, “Yuriko Yamaguchi’s Case: Sora Kakeru Hakubutsukan,” Lady’s Slipper, September
  • Shoji Inoue, “The Mysetrious Atmosphere Resembling the Tribal Ceremony, The Arrangement which Intercommunicates the Human Spirit with Animal World,” Chunichi Shinbun, May 8


  • Peter Frank, “Art Picks of the Week: Max Weber, Keith Sonnier, Yuriko Yamaguchi,” LA Weekly, August 16


  • Gordon Lubold, “Artist Striving for Common Ground: Giving Form to Her Vision,” The Vienna Times, January 26
  • Ferdinand Protzman, “Yamaguchi, Looking for the Essentials,” The Washington Post, November 25
  • Ferdinand Protzman, “Sculpture Shows that Break the Mold,” The Washington Post, October 7
  • Jura Koncius, “Creative Seating Plans,”Washington Home (cover),” Washington Post, June 8


  • John Dorsey, “Schemata Exhibit is Thoughtful and Satisfying,” Baltimore Sun, September 5
  • Eugenia E. Skarstrom, “Artists Equity Symposium: Four Artists Four Elements,” Washington Artist News, Summer


  • Jean L. Cohen, “Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Art News, September
  • Jeff Fleming, “Accounts Southeast: Yuriko Yamaguchi,” SECCA, December-February
  • Eric Gibson, “Sculptural Thought in Yamaguchi’s Exhibit,” The Washington Times, March 25
  • Brigitte Lindner, “Kunstlerin aus USA in Gastaelier/Artist in Residnece,” Stadkultur, May
  • Mary McCoy, “Yamaguchi’s Meditations on Life,” The Washington Post, May 29
  • Tom Patterson, “SECCA Shows Contemplative Mood,” Winston-Salem Journal, January 10
  • Paulette Roberts-Pullen, “Hands on Experience,” Style Week, January 26
  • Paul Ryan, “Touch: Beyond the Visual,” Art Papers, October
  • Margaret Shearin, “In Search of Divine Mysteries,” Style Magazine, January 13
  • Rex Weil, “Bad Mother: Yuriko Yamaguchi at the Baumgartner Galleries,” Washington City Paper, March 26
  • Jane Wilson, “Sculpture’s Springtime Mutations,” The Washington Post, March 20


  • “Visual Poem about Nature on the Wall,” Asahi Shinbun, January 11
  • “Yuriko Yamaguchi Exhibition,” Mainichi Shinbun, January 10
  • “Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Ryusei, March
  • “Artists Today Exhibition,” Yomiuri Shinbun, December 1
  • “The 28th Artists Today Exhibition: Questions in Contemporary Issues,” Art, December
  • “Various Issue Consciousness, Artists Today Exhibition,” Mainichi Shinbun, December 1
  • “Exhibitions Disclosing the Newest Contemporary Art Expressions,” Art Weekly (Japan), November
  • “Matured Issue Consciousness,” Tokyo Shinbun, November 27
  • Leza Lowiz, “Turning the Tables: Two Original Artists,” Asahi Evening News, January 16
  • Martha McWilliams, “Getting Back to Abstracts,” The Washington City Paper, ” August 21
  • Akihika Takami, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Inax Gallery, Tokyo,” Bijutsu Techo, April
  • Chikako Tanaba, “Water, Earth, Air, Fire #2,” Nikkei Monthly Image Card, April
  • Janet Wilson, “Revered Earth at Watkens Art Gallery and Franklin Square,” The Washington Post, February 22
  • Toshio Yamanashi, “Toward Things/With Things: Transformation of the Relationship Between Human Beings and Physical Matter,” The 28th Artists Today Exhibition, November-December
  • Michael Welzenbach, “Women’s Art Without an Agenda,” The Washington Post, February
  • Otto E. Eskin, “Without a Sculpture Exhibition,” Baumgartner Galleries, Washington, DC, Sculpture, May-June
  • Patrick Finnigan, “Star Search,” Museum & Arts Washington,” September-October
  • Eric Gibson, “Wall Based Sculpture Exhibition Stands Tall,” The Washington Times, November 22
  • J. W. Mahoney, “Sculptural Languages of Power,” Sculpture,” May-June
  • John Strand, “Four Sculptors at Addison/Ripley,” The Washington Post, November 10
  • Michael Welzenbach, “Yamaguchi: Wisdom in Wood, At Middendorf, Subtle Slice of Nature,” The Washington Post, June 23


  • Lee Fleming, “Nature’s Calling,” City Paper, April 7
  • Mohka Laget, “Yuirko Yamaguchi, Middendorf Gallery,” New Art Examiner, Summer
  • Jo Ann Lewis, “Yamaguchi’s Distinctive Vocabulary,” The Washington Post, April 8
  • Terry Parmelee, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, New York,” Eye Wash, April
  • Wray Punch, “Bethesda’s New Direction,” Museum & Arts Washington, November-December
  • Florence Rubenfeld, “Close Encounters,” Museum & Arts Washington, ” March-April
  • Mary Swift, “Colden Florance/Architect,” Washington Review, June-July


  • Daniel Barbiero, “ACC Ten, Arlington Art Center,” New Art Examiner, January
  • Lenore Miller, “Arlington Art Center: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition Part II,” Washington Review, February-March


  • Daniel Barbiero, “Yuriko Yamaguchi, Middendorf Gallery,” New Art Examiner, June
  • Marlena Donahue, “Avant-Garde in the Eighties,” Sculpture, September-October
  • Pamela Dessler, “A Show of Hands,” The Washington Post, December 12
  • Paul Richard, “Yuriko Yamaguchi at Middendorf Gallery,” The Washington Post, March 21
  • Alice Thorson, “Galleries,” The Washington Times, March 19


  • Joanna Shaw Eagle, “The Fine Art of Developing Bethesda,” New Art Examiner, November
  • Margaret Truman, “Murder in Georgetown,” Arbor House


  • Nicolas Coleman, “Who’s Buying, Who’s Selling,” The Washington Post, September
  • Benjamin Forgey, “Neighborly Salute the New,” The Washington Post, June 29
  • Jo Ann Lewis, “WPA Auction,” The Washington Post, November 9
  • Jo Ann Lewis, “New Talent,” The Washington Post, November 9
  • J. W. Mahoney, “New Talent,” New Art Examiner, October
  • Ann Schecter, “Addison Shows Uniqueness of Ten Artists,” Lowell Sun, October
  • Linda Thern Smith, “An Interview with Washington Sculptor Yuriko Yamaguchi,” Washington Review, April-May
  • Joanna Shaw Eagle, “Poems on the Wall,” Washington Post, July 9
  • Roberta Smith, “Endless Meaning at the Hirshhorn,” Art Forum, April


  • Jane Addams Allen, “Three Young Sculptors Show their Best,” The Washington Time